I am desperate to remove "Self Destruct Cookies app" - please, please tell me how.
I am very anxious to remove "Self Destruct Cookies App".
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- User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:18.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/18.0
Is is not something I have heard of and I am not even finding information when is try a web search for "Self Destruct Cookies" App
Making a guess that it could be
some sort of malware ( update it is just a standard add-on ) or unwanted software I suggest looking at:
If you can explain the problem in a bit more detail I should be able to provide a better suggested course of actions Exactly what have you installed and now need to remove, and what problems is this causing ?
Modified by John99
This item is included in the Firefox add-ons website. The first section is "Featured Extensions" and the second is "Up and Coming Extensions". The fist item in that section is what I am referring to.
"Up & Coming Extensions.........." •
Self-Destructing Cookies Privacy & Security"
This is the item that I installed and am now desperate uninstal.
If you can help I shall be in your debt!!
OK Thanks for the clarification, got it
As it is an officially hosted add-on it should easily uninstall.
Just go to your add-ons manager, one method of doing that is to key into the address bar about:addons look for the add-on under | extensions |and use the [remove] option, or if you just wish to stop using it at the moment take the [disable] option.
Please post back with how you get on.
I followed your instrucuins to the letter and the job was done!!! I am forever in your debt- thanks a million!!!! David
Glad to have helped,thanks for posting back.
Problem Solved - thanks